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GTjADIfTH — At (he residence of h^r 
neuhcw. Mr. G. P. Richardson. 1.^3 
Plnewood ave , on Thursdav. >I«^-,J,J">; 
1020 Charlotte Parker, eldest daughter 
fff late "Wm. Gladish. of Yorkvillp. 

Ifnnera.! Saturday. Nov. 30th. at 2...0 r>^ 
m from alKvve a.adress. Interment at 
Vrosuect CemetfTj'. Please omit flow- 
era. 

JEFFERY — At the residence of her moth- 
er. 64 Hayderi «t.. on Thursday. Nov. 
ISth. 1920. Edna Jeff try. eldest daugh- 
ter of Annie and the late Edgar C. 
Jcf f ©rv 

P^jneral" Saturday., the 20th instant, at 
.1.30 p.m. Interment Mount Pleasant 
Cemetery. 

THOMAS — Suddenly, on Thursday. Nov. 5S. 
1920 at 14 Donlands ave.. Mary Sa.rah 
Carrette. beloved wife of the late James 
Lomas, in her 65th year. 

Funeral from the residence of her son. C. 
.Toseph Lomas. 31 Small St.. on Satur- 
day, the 20th inst.. at 2.30 p.m.. to St. 
John's Cemetery, Norway, 

MURRAY — Died at 288 Eoxton rd on 
Friday. Nov. 19. Atherlie Bruce (Attie'i, 
are 34. vounsrest daughter of B. W. 
Murray. Consulting Accountant. Osgoode 
Hall. 

Funeral" private. Monday. Nov. 22nd. at 2 
B.m.. to Prospect Cemetery. . 56 

RAWSON — On Thursday. Nov. 18. at his 
late residence, 51 Woo<llawn ave. west, 
T. E Rawson. In his 77th year. 

Funeral from the above address Saturday, 
at 3 p.m. Interment in St. Jamc^s' 
Cemetery. Toronto. 

Barrie and Orlllia papers please copy. 

READ — On Thursday, Nov. 18th, at the 
resio'ence of her sister. Mr?. Fred Charles, 
133 Dunn ave.. Alice Ethel Read, late of 
PZ Indian Grove. 

Ftmeral on Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. from 
133 Dunn ave. 

TURNER— On Wednesday. Nov. 17th, at 
Penetang, Ont.. late of Toronto, Charles 
Turner, beloved husband of Aurelia 
Barbeau, in his 71st year. 

Fnneral Saturday at 3 p.m. from J. A. 
Humphrey's Chapel. 463 Church st. In- 
terment at Mount Pleasant. 45 

IN MDMORIAM 

BOOTH — In fond and loving memory of 
our darling little babe, Barbara Joa-n 
Booth, who died on Nov. 19, 1919. age 
thirteen moTiths. 

One blossom fell from 'ihe gates afar. 
Tcinderly on earth, with loving care 

NuTse-d it, yet hardly Icne-w Us worth 
Till an angel came witJi n'oiseless tread 

And. quickly gathered our blossom tor 
Paradise 'tis said. 



ZeaIanMW^5^?^lease copy. 
They shall go out no more, oh yij 

Who speak earth's farewell 
your tears, 
Who see your cherished ones go 

And come not back, throughf 
years. 
There is a place — there is a shore,] 
From which they shall go out no 
— Never forgotten by Mother, 

Sisters Margaret, Jean, Barbarl 
SCOTT — In loving memory of Robea 

Scott, who departeid this Hfe No! 

ISRh, 1914, husband of Goldde M.I 

brother of Mona anil BlUie Rov^ 

son-in-law of the late Mrs, 

Cowdy. of Broadview ave. 
Yes. you have gone a/cross the rl^ 

To the eliores of eveirgreeji. 
How I long to see your dear face 

But the rivea- flows between. 

— Goldl 
Your pleasant smile and kindly fac| 

Your fond, true heaj-t i.s still. 
The lips that spoke so kind to all, 

Are closed forever still. 

— Mona. Bill and Olij 
S'UTTON — In loving memory of our 

brother Will, killed in action No! 

191C. 

"Died at his Poet." 

— Inserted by his sisters, Eva 

Florence. 
SIMMONS — In loving memory of my ] 

husband, Pte. A. A. Simmons, 

163700. 84th Batt., killed in action, 

18th, 1916. 
Four years have passed since that sad 
When the one we loved was called a 
Sleep on, diear Alf, and take your rest. 
They miss you most who loved you bes] 
'Twas hard' not to be there in the houi 

death. 
To have caught the sigh of his parti 

breath ; i 

One last fond word I might have heard'J 
And breathed in his ear one parting wif 
Only those who have loved and lost 
Can understand war's bitter cost. 

■ — Loving Wife and Children! 
SIMMONS — In memory of our lov{ 

father, Pte. A. A. Simmons, 84th Ba| 

No. 163700, killed in action Nov. 

1916. 
It's lonesome here without you, father. 

And sad the weary way, 
For life is not the same to u^ 

Since yoa were called away. 
But peaceful be your rest, dear father, 

'Tis fweet to breathe your name. 
In lite we loved you very dear. 
In death we do the same. 




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Velours 

Kerseys 

Cheviots 

Silvertones 

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With Seal, Opossum, Coney 
Large Cape Collars 

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